"I am hoping so bad that Peter Jackson does justice to Tolkien's imagery. It would be fantastic indeed if he could show the transformation of Isengard from a place of good, to the place it became once Saruman turned to evil, and then finally to this state of nigh total destruction after the Ents' battle..."
this is a poem about gandalf the grey
"Stirring, affecting, gripping. To gush thus is a little embarassing, but I have to be honest..."
"Eowyn is noticeably another strong leading female character. There are a handful of remarkable women in Tolkien's Middle-earth..."
Oh! Ho! The river flows Down into the valley. Swift now the water runs Never does it dally.
Actual, Chapter 4, Chapt. 4 is actually Chapter 5, sorry.
"If [Gandalf]'s not a Maia then he must be of a race like the Ents or Hobbits that wasn't mentioned in the Silmarillion. I mean could he really be a Man? or even a Númenorean...?"
A poem by Tolkien about Ireland.
"But how sad! I mean what hope do the Ents and trees have? Most likely they all march to their doom, and Treebeard knows it. It's just so sad..."
We shall not ever Conquered be, Unless the land slip into sea.
"But, I wish that Tolkien had included a tale about Saruman from long before he fell to desire for the ring. Some good deed in the past remembered by Gandalf to the others. Cause, like I mentioned in the last Book, Saruman had always seemed evil to me..."
Of olden days and ancient ways this song to you I bring.